Scotland commits £9 million for digital hearing aids programme:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Scotland has today (October 1 2003) committed £9m ($15m) to support a digital hearing aids programme over the next three years. Plans to invest £1m in 2003-04 and £4m in each of the following two years bring Scotland's total commitment to "routinely issuing digital hearing aids where these are the most clinically effective option", to £19.25m over the period 2002-07.
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